August 9, 2012 - 1:26pm
The number of unwanted litters of kittens and dogs is growing extensively at Lou
Louisville Metro Animal Services is being inundated with many litters of kittens. Many dogs are also needing homes. Why buy when you can give a homeless pet a new leash on life?
Just when I thought I was getting somewhere featuring homeless pets for Louisville Metro Animal Services on here each week I find out that so many more homeless pets have ended up there since the last time I did this article. The need is great for finding these adoptable pets new...
July 29, 2012 - 7:56pm
Adoptable pets Amie, Faith, Ivana, Cam, Bob, and Chrissy want their second chanc
This week's featured adoptable pets at Louisville Metro Animals Services will win your heart over, they are so darn cute. One of these just might be your next pal.
Meet this week's featured adoptable pets at Louisville Metro Animal Services. "Cute" best describes them all. Just maybe one of them could be your future buddy.Amie is a 7-month-old beagle/Black and Tan hound mix. She is rambunctious but will settle down after she shakes her ya-yas...
July 29, 2012 - 7:56pm
This week we feature more dogs and cats up for adoption at Louisville Metro Anim
Adoptable doggie Gizmo is awaiting his forever home along with his other adoptable buddies at Louisville Metro Animal Services. See if any of this week's featured adoptable pets can be your new buddy.
This week we feature more adorable pets that are up for adoption at Louisville Metro Animal Services.Bethany is a young female cat with a short haired black and white coat. She is spayed, up-to-date on routine shots, and is house-trained. If you are interested in Bethany please have her pet ID (...
July 5, 2012 - 12:24pm
Homer, Fala, Henry and the rest of the adoptable dogs and cats at Louisville Met
This week's featured pets Beeker, Belize, Bert, Fala, Henry, and Homer are awaiting their forever homes at Louisville Metro Animal Services. One of these pets just might steal your heart.
This week’s featured pets Beeker, Belize, Bert, Fala, Henry, and Homer are awaiting their forever homes at Louisville Metro Animal Services. They are just a few of many at the shelter in need of adoption. Are any of this week’s featured pets the one for you? Fala is a 2-year-old...
June 28, 2012 - 8:11am
Shelby County, Kentucky’s “No kill” Animal Shelter is overpopulated and may have
Shelby County, Kentucky's animal shelter is normally a no kill shelter but they have so many more adoptable pets than have been adopted causing the shelter to be way over capacity. Unless some of these pets get adopted they may have no recourse but to start euthanizing some of them.
It always boggles my mind when someone goes out and pays hundreds, sometimes thousands of dollars, for a family pet when so many homeless adoptable pets are in need of homes. Pets in shelters usually are already spayed or neutered, have had their dispositions evaluated so as to find them the...